Another day, another security information and event management vendor acquired. Well, O.K, the deals aren’t that frequent, but standalone SIEM vendors have become popular acquisition targets. On Tuesday, TIBCO Software announced that it inked a deal to acquire SIEM vendor LogLogic.
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Last fall, IBM bought SIEM vendor Q1 Labs and McAfee acquired NitroSecurity. SolarWinds, an IT management software company bought TriGeo, a SIEM provider that targeted midsize companies. In 2010, HP bought Arcsight and Trustwave acquired Intellitactics.
The TIBCO-LogLogic deal is a bit unusual – TIBCO is an integration software company and an unfamiliar entity in the security market. Palo Alto, Calif.-based TIBCO said the deal will expand its operational intelligence offerings while giving customers the ability to monitor threats, assess risks and address threats. The company is also describing the deal as a big data play.
“Enterprises must be able to analyze big data, including machine data generated from across their various systems, to gain comprehensive, real-time insights into critical business questions relating to compliance, security and operations,” the company said. “LogLogic will build upon TIBCO’s proven capabilities in event processing and in-memory analytics.”
San Jose, Calif.-based LogLogic touts its ability to provide SIEM and log management capabilities in a single architecture.
SIEM suppliers such as HP and IBM have been talking up the technology’s future as providing analytics and a comprehensive view of an organization’s threat environment. Time will tell if their efforts – and now TIBCO’s – will pan out.